PORTLAND FAMILY LAW

We are dedicated to providing our clients with exceptional Family Law services.  “Family law” encompasses much more than just divorce proceedings.  It includes premarital planning, legal separations, modifications, custody and support issues, restraining orders and the like.  Families come in a variety of forms, and it is our goal to address the unique needs of your family and loved ones and to provide the advice and support you need.

We understand that your case, whether it is a  divorce or other family law matter, is the most important aspect of your life at this moment.  Our goal is to meet each client’s needs in a personal, respectful, and caring manner and to obtain the best possible outcome for your case.  It is our policy to keep our clients informed of all developments and respond promptly to your questions. We make every effort to insure that each client always knows the status of his or her case and can make informed decisions as the divorce progresses.

Family law is not a one-size-fits-all area of practice and every divorce, custody dispute, or support case is very fact-specific. Each case brings its own unique emotional and financial concerns.  Questions arise in all stages of the process.  Our clients know they can contact us and we will devote the time needed to answer questions and provide guidance.  We are careful to listen to a client to learn his or her desired outcome, and then provide thoughtful advice regarding the accomplishment of that goal.

Divorces involving children and spouses seeking support can be very emotionally and financially draining.  While our firm provides strong and aggressive litigation tactics when necessary, we also seek out-of-court solutions to limit the impact on families. Divorce does not have to be a battle. Whether your case requires litigation or can be resolved through mediation and settlement negotiations, we can help guide you through the process. Contact us today to discuss your case.

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LAW OFFICES OF PAUL F. SHERMAN
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